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  • Competition winners at Discovery 2016

    Discovery competitions help further high-potential innovations

    May 25, 2016Discovery competitions help further high-potential innovations
    Each year, Discovery is proud to host various competitions aimed at helping next-generation innovators pursue their big ideas and solve some of the world’s greatest challenges. And 2016 was no exception.
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    A Discovery to Remember: ‘the momentum and energy was inspiring’

    May 25, 2016A Discovery to Remember: ‘the momentum and energy was inspiring’
    More than 3,200 attendees and over 500 exhibitors from across the province took part in this year’s Discovery, Canada’s premier conference and trade show. And from the moment OCE President Tom Corr rang the bell at the TMX on Monday morning to mark the opening of the event until the last Wow Zone exhibitor packed up on the show floor the next night, the excitement surrounding the two-day event never wavered.

OCE In The News

  • January 27, 2016 – CBC NewsWindsor wants to become test site for self-driving vehicles

    Bringing self-driving vehicle testing to cities like Windsor, Ont. will take a concerted effort from all levels of government, say city officials. Windsor is one of the latest Canadian cities vying to become a site for autonomous vehicle testing. Partnering with the region's university and colleges, the city is making a pitch to Ford of Canada in a letter expected to be sent out next week.

    Read more at CBC online...
  • January 27, 2016 – Toronto StarBreaking new auto research ground

    Automotive research is no longer restricted to the manufacturers. Apple and Google are two examples of high-tech companies getting involved and universities have their hands in it, too. When it comes to post-secondary automotive research programs, there are four universities in Ontario that are collectively earning good grades including some working with Ontario Centres of Excellence.

    Read more in The Toronto Star...